Bahamian Goat Pepper Peppers
This light orange/peach colored beauty comes from the Bahamas Islands in the Caribbean sea. A delicious pepper that’s extremely hot. Like other habanero types it tends to have a fruity taste once you get past the burn. It even sometimes will grow a little scorpion tail.
There are a few other habanero types named Goat peppers in the Caribbean but none look like this one. My seeds came from my friend Luigi Mauriello’s who resides in Italy. A very renowned grower and chile expert and president of one of Italy’s seed banks. The Bahamian Goat Chile plant is very productive. This chile plant will grow over 4 feet tall and about 3 feet wide.
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